The Central Park Ramble incident is a tale of two Karens
How do two people, engaging in their own personal activities, end up becoming a national news story filled with universal condemnation, hatred and outrage?
As brave and influential voices like Arielle Scarcella ask tough questions, we must be there to applaud them and keep them lifted high.
NBC News' Heidi Przybyla reports another story of death due to hydroxychloroquine, but as with her previous deadly tale, the facts don't hold up.
CNN offered a protest in refusing to air Trump's press conference live, betraying both the public and journalistic integrity.
Kathy Griffin was called a fraud for going to the ER with coronavirus symptoms, yet not having the illness. But for high-risk individuals, the decision to seek care at this time is a difficult one.
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